Discovering our Romano-British Heritage with Stour Valley Community Archaeology - 28th to 30th May 2016
|Author: SVCA||Published: 30th May 2016 09:34|
Discovering our Romano-British Heritage with Stour Valley Community Archaeology, Sudbury, Suffolk.
Saturday 28th to Monday 30th May 2016
During this coming Bank Holiday Weekend members of Stour Valley Community Archaeology (SVCA), will be engaged in another of its series of community archaeological excavations in Sudbury, Suffolk, to investigate the location of a ‘lost’ Roman road and a Romano-British settlement close to the site of a known Roman Villa.
Based in the vicinity of Bulmer and Gestingthorpe, Essex, this will be an opportunity to discover more about our local heritage.
As well as using traditional excavation techniques, there will be an opportunity (as part of a joint venture with Long Melford Heritage Centre) to use Ground Penetrating Radar equipment to help survey the site.
Volunteers of all ages from the local community are welcome to join us and take part in our activities over the weekend (no previous experience necessary) or just come to visit and find out what we do!
If you are interested or would like more information, please contact Corinne Cox on 01787 379410 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.